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YouTube says it has deleted more than half of the 'violent' music videos which the country's most senior police officer asked it to take down.Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has blamed some videos for fuelling a surge in murders in London, singling out drill music. Drill originated in Chicago. Its biggest breakout star is arguably Chief Keef, famous for his 2012 track I Don't Like.The genre's lyrics often detail vivid accounts of taking drugs and violence.She asked YouTube to delete content which glamorises violence. More than 30 clips have so far been removed.
it was the activity with the dog that got him in trouble and lets be fair its not exactly top level entertainment
as for youtube age verification? thats not and never should be their place... nor should it be the governments responsibility to hide 'bad things' from your kids online... but thats my take on it... im just glad i dont live in the UK...
Bit of a low blow that don't you think?
Pressplay, a company that promotes drill music videos, said on its Instagram page that police had "forced" YouTube to take some clips down because of "what's happened lately".But the same post said the clips "will probably be back up in the next few weeks".
QuoteBit of a low blow that don't you think?its a low blow to your police that go after low hanging fruit on youtube for 'thought crime' but are literally afraid for their lives to enter what are essentially 'no go' zones in london and elsewhere due to immigration...